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Monday, 26 September 2011

Tutorial: Chair Modeling by Alvis

Alvis from Lithuania shared briefly his workflow how he modeled  his chairs. Alvis used SketchUp and a script called "Subdivide and Smooth" by Dale Martens.  He also use another scripts called "curviloft" by Fredo to create loft and "line to cylinder'' by D. Bur.

Note: If you want to use curviloft, be sure to download the latest LibFredo. All plugins can be downloaded at Ruby Library Depot.

Overall scenes shots showing the modeling of chairs and stools



Once the basic frame was done, then smooth tool of smooth and subdivide will be use with the basic frame. To have the thickness, the same model can be copied and rescaled. See image below. Then loft tool will be used. Subdivision and smooth will be used again.


To add the metal trimming, edges were copied and selected. Line to cylinder script was use to create the tubes.

Below is a rendered image using Twilight.


1 comment:

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